Who is Sawsan Badr?
Sawsan Badr is an Egyptian actress, who is best known for playing the role of Mishaal bint Fahd bin Mohammed Al Saud, the Saudi Princess who was executed for adultery alongside her lover, in the 1980 movie, Death of a Princess. She played the role of Sohier in the 2022 TV series, Finding Ola.
In this article, we will be discussing Sawsan Badr, Biography, Age, Height, Weight, Career, Movies, Awards, Parents, Siblings, Husband, Children, Instagram, and Net Worth. But before we continue, let’s take a look at her profile summary below.
Sawsan Badr Profile Summary
|Name||Suzanne Ahmed Badr El Deen|
|Nickname||The Nefertiti of Egyptian Cinema|
|Birthdate||September 25, 1959|
|Age||62 years old|
|Place of Birth||Cairo, Egypt|
|Parents||Amal Salem, Ahmed Badr El Deen|
|Husband||Farid El Morshidi|
|Children||Yasmine Osama Abou Taleb|
|Net Worth||$1 – $5million|
Sawsan Badr Biography
Sawsan Badr who is also known as The Nefertiti of Egyptian Cinema was born on September 25, 1959, in Cairo, Egypt. She is the daughter of Amal Salem and Ahmed Badr El-Deen. She is married to Farid El Morshidi and she has a child who goes by the name Yasmine Osama Abou Taleb. She got married five times.
She graduated from the High Institute of Theatrical Arts in 1979.
Sawsan Badr Age
Sawsan was born on September 25, 1959. She is currently 62 years old and she celebrates her birthday every September of each year. Her zodiac sign is Libra.
Sawsan Badr Height/Weight
The exact measurements of Sawsan’s height and body weight are not available but there will be an update soon.
Sawsan Badr Career
Sawsan is yet to reveal how and when she started her acting career but she has featured in many films and television. She acted the role of Mishaal bint Fahd bin Mohammed Al Saud, the Saudi Princess who was executed for adultery alongside her lover, in the 1980 movie, Death of a Princess. She was chosen by Chadi Abdel Salam who had worked in the epic movie Pharaoh (1966), to embody the role of Nefertiti in the movie “The Tragedy of the Great House”, also known as “Akhenaten”, but he worked on the project for ten years without finding enough Egyptian funding for it, and died without starting the shooting.
Sawsan played the role of Sohier in the TV series, Finding Ola (2022), and she also played the role of Nawal in the TV series, 60 Minutes (2021).
Sawsan Badr Latest Movies
- 2022: Finding Ola (TV Series)
- 2022: Public Transport (TV Series)
- 2021: 60 Minutes (TV Series)
- 2021/I: Not Me
- 2021: One Second
- 2021: Bent el sultan (TV Series)
- 2021: Bayn El Samaa Wa El Ard (TV Mini-Series)
- 2021: Fares Bella Gawaz (TV Series)
- 2021: The Tiger (TV Series)
- 2021: In A Day and A Night (TV Series)
- 2021: A Stand Worthy of Men
- 2020: Talktok Nafsi (TV Series)
- 2020: Why Do We Love Again? (W Nheb Tani Leh) (TV Series)
- 2020: The End (TV Series)
- 2020: Every Week Has A Friday (TV Mini-Series)
- 2020: Ahlan Simsim (TV Series)
- 2020: HandWritten (TV Series)
- 2019: Sons of Rizk 2
- 2019: The Treasure 2
- 2019: Zay El Shams (TV Series)
- 2019: Aho Da Elly Sar (TV Series)
- 2018: Faragna (TV Series)
- 2018: The Godfather: Part 2 (TV Series)
- 2018: Al-Beet Al-Kebeer (TV Series)
- 2018: Balash Tebusni
Sawsan Badr Awards
Sawsan has won many awards including the best actress for the drama prize (land not sprout flowers), and her role in the series (Dawlat Fahmy). She also won multiple awards for her role in the movie (circles closed) in 2001, as well as the Cairo international Festival Prize in session 34.
Sawsan Badr Parents/Siblings
Sawsan is the daughter of Amal Salem and Ahmed Badr El-Deen but nothing is known about her siblings (if any).
Sawsan Badr Husband/Children
Sawsan got married five times and one of her husbands is Farid El Morshidi and she has a child who goes by the name Yasmine Osama Abou Taleb.
Sawsan Badr Instagram Account
Sawsan is very active on Instagram and she has a total of 687k followers with 269 posts. She is currently following 324 people.
Sawsan Badr Net Worth
Sawsan’s net worth is estimated to be between $1 – $5million.
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